Renowned producer Stan Rogow passes away at 75

Renowned producer Stan Rogow passes away at 75

The entertainment industry was hit with a significant loss as Stan Rogow, the esteemed producer of “Lizzie McGuire” and “Fame”, passed away on December 7, 2023. The 75-year-old writer and music manager died at the UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles. His cause of death remains undisclosed.

Born in Brooklyn in 1948, Rogow had an illustrious career that began after he graduated from the Boston University School of Law. By 1980, he had made his way to Hollywood and began his career as a producer at Gerald Isenberg’s Jozak Co. Here, he worked on the production of the “Fame” TV series, a show centred around students at a performing arts high school in New York.


Stan Rogow’s death has left a significant void in the world of television and film. His work spanned several decades, and his contributions to the entertainment industry have left a lasting impression on popular culture. Remembered for his talent, Rogow’s legacy will continue to inspire future generations of creators and industry professionals.

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Following his passing, a service will be held on December 11 at Mount Sinai Memorial Park in Los Angeles. This will provide an opportunity for friends, family, and fans to honour his life and work, and to pay their respects.

Rogow’s career was filled with numerous notable achievements. He was nominated for three Emmy awards, one for his work on the NBC sitcom “Fame” in 1982 and two for the Disney Channel’s “Lizzie McGuire” in 2003 and 2004. His successful career led to an estimated net worth of $1 million.

In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Rogow was also known for his environmental activism. He was a recipient of several Environmental Media Awards, which highlighted his commitment to promoting sustainability and raising awareness about environmental issues.

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Rogow’s work on “Lizzie McGuire” endeared him to fans around the globe. The series’ success led to the creation of The Lizzie McGuire Movie, demonstrating his creative talent. His influence on viewers and those he worked with has been significant and will continue to be felt for years to come.

Rogow’s passing leaves behind a son, a grandson, and a sister. His family, friends, and the industry will undoubtedly miss him, but his legacy will live on. His contributions to the world of television and film will continue to bring joy to millions, and his memory will be cherished by those who knew him.